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Meteoryt Święcany

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Święcany meteorite
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The new Polish meteorite Święcany represents an old fall. It was found in 2004 in the Podkarpacie region, at Święcany village, commune Skołyszyn, district Jasło. The coordinates of this find are: φ = 49°47'29"N; λ = 21°15'28"E; or „1992”, x= 216194,11, y= 662339,76. It was found by 12 year old Katarzyna Depczyńska on the village gravel road. Probable primary mass is ca. 8 g. The present mass is 6.62 g., and one polished thin section. The classification: ordinary chondrite L4-5, weathering stage w3, shock stage s2.
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  • Norton O.R., 2002. The Cambridge encyclopedia of meteorites; Cambridge University Press.
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bwmeta1.element.psjd-006ae5cf-7e3d-46c9-b3bd-5525ef1533e4
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